Antipodeans do breakfast well, they aren’t stuck in the awful fry up mediocrity that Britain can’t seem to escape. They embrace variety, and going out to brunch is a normal and common occurrence. I guess it comes with good weather and nice cities. … Continue reading
Elliot’s is right by Borough market, their approach is to cook the best of the market, meaning the dishes are seasonal and mostly British. The Squid, Cauliflower and Curry Butter was just delicious, this to me is what British food … Continue reading
Rochelle Canteen is in an old school yard in Shoreditch, the school building itself seems to have been taken over by New Media hipsters and their design businesses. It was a really beautiful day in London so it was fantastic sitting outside … Continue reading
Loved the Squid Pancake, a Japanese style pancake served with mayo and okonomiyaki sauce. The Cornbread and Chipotle Butter and the Sweetcorn with Teriyaki butter were great. The Pickled Mackerel was also a stand out.
Liked the sharing plate, nice falafel, eggplant relish, hummus and merguez sausage but could have done without the pickled carrots. The salt beef fritters were too dry, the accompanying beans with mustard dressing also didn’t do it for me.
Forget the Pork filled Gypsy Bun, thick, hard pastry with dry pork, very disappointing.
The staff are a little to chummy with each other, dancing about and faking that they really like each other, it felt a bit like Empire Records at times but no one was as hot as Liv Tyler.